Dear Her Majesty’s Treasury,
I would like to make a formal public request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for the following information. I am looking for further information in regards to the information from this website:
Please can you tell me if a promissory note is an acceptable legal bill of exchange?
How should a person properly use a promissory note to be fully within the law?
Do you have an example/template of a promissory note?
If so please can you send me a copy of an example template?
Does a promissory note have to include any particular information and if so what information does a promissory note have to include?
In what instances/situations can a promissory note be used?
Do companies in the U.K. have to accept a promissory note as a legal bill of exchange or a commercial instrument?
What are the laws or regulations regarding if a company does not accept a promissory note?
How would someone follow or take matters further with regards to a company not accepting a promissory note?
Please can you send me all documentation/templates/articles by HM Treasury/examples relating or regarding promissory notes so that I can fully understand this matter further.
Dear Mr. Horrocks,
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